Deborah Meyler Quotes

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Deborah Meyler quotes: It seems shelving is an art, like everything else. I decide to do it exceptionally well. It seems shelving is an art, like everything else. I decide to do it exceptionally well.
Deborah Meyler quotes: I don't really see, but I like how his mind works in a different way from mine, in a way that could open mine up. I don't really see, but I like how his mind works in a different way from mine, in a way that could open mine up.
Deborah Meyler quotes: One age might pass over what another prized, and the next age might then revere it One age might pass over what another prized, and the next age might then revere it
Deborah Meyler quotes: I glance back as I am pulling the door shut. I can see Mrs. Kasperek on her bed, in the apartment denuded of the books that were all her life. I glance back as I am pulling the door shut. I can see Mrs. Kasperek on her bed, in the apartment denuded of the books that were all her life.
Deborah Meyler quotes: I love to slip into the bookstore. It is my haven. I don't have to prove myself there. I love to slip into the bookstore. It is my haven. I don't have to prove myself there.
Deborah Meyler quotes: People write for ego gratification, not money. People write for ego gratification, not money.
Deborah Meyler quotes: Aristotle didn't have a problem with abortion," she says. "Oh, well, good, that's a comfort," I say. Aristotle didn't have a problem with abortion," she says.
"Oh, well, good, that's a comfort," I say.